Yoga and Mindfulness for Pregnancy, Childbirth and Post Pregnancy Yoga Teacher Training Program
|Certification||Yoga Alliance USA|
|Duration & Dates||10 Days
Starts 12th of the month
|Training Style||Pre-Natal & Post-Natal Yoga|
|Course Fee||25,000 INR / 35,000 INR (Shared/Private)
|Click to enroll 👉||Enroll Now|
Pregnancy is also known as the Gestation period, in which one or more offspring develops inside the womb of a woman. A multiple offspring gives the sign of twins or more and can be identical or fraternal. I can anticipate how pregnant women feel when they become closer to Labor Day. It is something that you are channeling your Endocrine system and Nervous System. A woman is excited to welcome the newborn baby but similarly shaking to think about the labor pain. Women's physiology gets changed when they become pregnant and to make the three trimesters happy and relaxed they start doing prenatal and postnatal yoga practices.
Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga is a lifestyle that helps pregnant women to give a happy, safe, and normal delivery and help women in postpartum. This Pregnancy Yoga workshop is for those who wish to offer Pregnancy Yoga classes and Birth classes.
It is also for childbirth educators, midwives, yoga teachers. Looking to expand the knowledge of this beautiful journey and active birth to enrich and deepen their offerings. Our Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training Rishikesh is robust and structured. We look forward to being part of your yoga journey and welcoming you to this Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training Rishikesh India.
What happens during a typical Pre-natal Yoga Class?
A typical pre-natal yoga class might involve:
Breathing: You'll be encouraged to focus on breathing in and out slowly and deeply through the nose. Prenatal Yoga breathing techniques might help you reduce or manage shortness of breath during pregnancy and work through contractions during labor.
Gentle stretching: You'll be encouraged to gently move different areas of your body, such as your neck and arms, through their full range of motion.
Postures: While standing, sitting, or lying on the ground, you'll gently move your body into different positions aimed at developing your strength, flexibility, and balance. Props — such as blankets, cushions, and belts — might be used to provide support and comfort.
Cooldown and relaxation: At the end of each prenatal yoga class, you'll relax your muscles and restore your resting heart rate and breathing rhythm. You might be encouraged to listen to your breathing, pay close attention to sensations, thoughts, and emotions, or repeat a mantra or word to bring about a state of self-awareness and inner calm.
Special safety guidelines for Pre-Natal Yoga?
To protect your health and your baby's health during prenatal yoga, follow basic safety guidelines. For example:
Talk to your health care provider: Before you begin a prenatal yoga program, make sure you have your health care provider's OK. You might not be able to do Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training India if you are at increased risk of preterm labor or have certain medical conditions, such as heart disease or back problems.
Set realistic goals: For most pregnant women, at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity is recommended on at least five, if not all, days of the week. However, even shorter or less frequent workouts can still help you stay in shape and prepare for labor.
Pace yourself: If you can't speak normally while you're doing prenatal yoga, you're probably pushing yourself too hard.
Stay cool and hydrated: Practice prenatal yoga in a well-ventilated room to avoid overheating. Drink plenty of fluids to keep yourself hydrated.
Introduction of Pregnancy Yoga and its importance.
Understanding of Menstural Cycle.
Infertility leading causes from both Male and Female.
Anatomy and Physiology of Childbirth
Discussion on Three Trimesters
Yoga Practice on the Three Trimesters
Diet and Nutrition
Post-Natal or Postpartum Yoga?
Postpartum yoga is a modified, low-intensity yoga practice. A lot of changes happen to your body after childbirth. This type of yoga is designed to help your body recover. Postpartum yoga offers the most benefits during the first three months after childbirth.
For example, postpartum yoga has been shown to decrease the risk of postpartum depression.
Benefits of Postpartum Yoga
Why you should try postpartum yoga?
Practicing yoga after childbirth has been shown to alleviate symptoms of postpartum depression, which can occur after the birth of your baby. Postpartum depression may appear mild at first. Symptoms can develop within weeks of childbirth or even a year after childbirth. Symptoms include:
Severe mood swings.
Trouble bonding with your baby.
Withdrawal from family and friends.
No appetite or eating more than usual.
Anxiety and thoughts of harming yourself
Insomnia or oversleeping
No interest in activities you enjoyed before
Irritability and anger
Fear of not being a good mother
Hopelessness or feelings of shame or guilt
Note: This is an example schedule. Schedules may change depending on the season, course and any impovement that may have been implemented. Please keep your schedule as open as possible during TTC for additional training and activities.